It was one of those weeks. Nothing major just a lot of little things. I've been working on a very complicated case at work (wish I could explain but due to confidentiality I really can't say much). Wed was an emotionally draining day. I got home and was so exhausted I couldn't even stay awake to watch American Idol. I went to bed at 8 PM!!!! Thur was another long and draining day and it was also my intern's last day. Fri I was just trying to make it through the day and looking forward to going to the Red Sox. Then right at the end of the day something very good happen at work (with a different case) which was a nice way to end the week.
I was in a better mood but then it took me over an hour to get home (hate Fri night traffic), then I missed the bus to Fenway by seconds and had to wait 15 min for the next one and then I get to Fenway and realize I had forgetting my ID! Ugh! Fortunately I was able to sweet talk my way into the bar. I really needed a beer after the week I had!
Emily and I were going to the game with the tickets from our 4 pack. Some of our friends were also going to the game and sitting a couple of sections away from us.
From our seats we have a great view. But getting in and out of our seats in an adventure. . .
Such a nice night at Fenway! Too bad the Red Sox lost.
Ok so notice the green wall next to me. . . yes we are seats 1 and 2 in section 36 a.k.a. the seats against the brick wall with only one way in and out. So we had to walk by 25 people to get to our seats. Good times! The nice thing is once we were in there we had a great view and didn't have to get up for anyone else. After a while we went and sat w/ our friends b/c there were some extra seats.
After the game I went home b/c I didn't have my ID and knew I wouldn't be able to get into the bars. Emily and I have two more games in Sept. We were not able to go to our first game and sold the tix. Hopefully I'll be able to catch a couple summer games at Fenway!
Here's hoping for a good weekend - hanging w/ my mentee Taylor, Kentucky Derby, MAAV Road Race (volunteering not running) and Mother's Day. . . .